Top 10 hospitals using MEDITECH EHR 

Electronic health records (EHR) are a digital version of a patient's paper chart — and so much more. Each record contains valuable information that is used by healthcare providers to more effectively treat patients.  

Healthcare facilities may have thousands, or millions, of patient records stored in their databases. An EHR system makes it possible for these organizations to manage and navigate the massive amount of patient data they work with. Not only can EHR software help a practice save time and money, but it can also help facilities share and communicate patient info with other physicians, payors, and facilities.  

The EHR market is highly competitive, and hospitals have many options to choose from. According to Definitive Healthcare data, MEDITECH is the third most popular EHR vendor in the U.S. with a market share of 14.09%. Epic Systems Corporation and Cerner (which is now owned by Oracle) take the first and second spots.  

Using Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product, we ranked the top hospitals in the U.S. using a MEDITECH EHR platform by both net patient revenue and the number of beds.   

Top 10 hospitals using MEDITECH’s EHR ranked by net patient revenue 

Hospital Name State Definitive ID Product Net Patient Revenue
Methodist Hospital TX 3862 Magic  $     1,924,940,160.00
Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center SD 3701 Client Server  $     1,328,530,460.00
TriStar Centennial Medical Center TN 3746 Magic  $         946,398,859.00
Willis-Knighton Medical Center LA 1740 Magic  $         926,991,144.00
Johnston-Willis Hospital VA 4264 Magic  $         876,716,585.00
Stamford Hospital (AKA Stamford Health) CT 710 Client Server  $         827,122,878.00
Medical City Plano (FKA Medical Center of Plano) TX 3898 Magic  $         757,941,108.00
St David’s Medical Center TX 4158 Magic  $         748,887,158.00
The Valley Hospital (AKA Valley Health System) NJ 2646 Client Server 6.1  $         739,631,417.00
HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood (FKA Kingwood Medical Center) TX 3990 Magic  $         734,977,432.00

Fig. 1Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Data accurate as of August 2022.

Methodist Hospital, located in Texas, ranked at the top of our list with a net patient revenue of more than $1.9 billion. This facility also ranks at the top of our list of HCA hospitals by net patient revenue, alongside Johnston-Willis Hospital, Medical City Plano, St. David’s Medical Center, and HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood.  

Top 10 hospitals using MEDITECH’s EHR ranked by number of beds

Hospital Name State Definitive ID Product Number of Beds
Medical City Dallas TX 3914 Magic 819
Methodist Hospital TX 3862 Magic 811
Willis-Knighton Medical Center LA 1740 Magic 790
Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center NV 2586 Magic 676
Hebrew SeniorLife - Hebrew Rehabilitation Center MA 6261 Magic 667
TriStar Centennial Medical Center TN 3746 Magic 641
Wesley Medical Center  KS 1612 Magic 588
Tewksbury Hospital MA 5375 Client Server 540
HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood (FKA Kingwood Medical Center) TX 3990 Magic 538
Medical City Plano (FKA Medical Center of Plano) TX 3898 Magic 537

 Fig. 2Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Data accurate as of August 2022.  

Taking first place on our list is Medical City Dallas, located in Texas, with a total bed count of 819. Texas-based hospitals hold four spots. The remaining three are Methodist Hospital, HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood and Medical City Plano, with respective bed counts of 811, 538 and 537.  

What is MEDITECH used for? 

MEDITECH’s EHR software provides robust clinical charting to healthcare professionals of any specialty. Providers can access comprehensive information on patient vitals, medication history, laboratory results, diagnostic imaging, health background and more. One of MEDITECH’s notable features is its customizability, which improves usability by allowing physicians and nurses to group relevant clusters of patient information into a single screen. 

MEDITECH’s Magic is a programming language and operating system upon which electronic health records and other online health information systems are implemented. Similarly, Client/Server is also a software platform and architectural framework to store and display medical data.  

MEDITECH vs. Epic 

Epic currently dominates more than a third of the EHR market. It has about 2,373 installations and a market share of 36.92%. MEDITECH, in comparison, is the third most popular EHR vendor, with 906 installs and a market share of 14.09%.  

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